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April 22, 1837 Equipment to be used at the U. S. Mint in Dahlonega is shipped from Philadelphia
  Dahlonega, Georgia
  Dahlonega Mint
April 22, 1968 FBI memo orders an investigation into Ralph David Abernathy, who replaced Martin Luther King as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  Martin Luther King
  Ralph David Abernathy, Jr.
April 22, 1987 Change of venue request in trial of Jim Williams
  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
April 22, 1997 Digital signature act is signed into law
April 22, 2004 Lance Armstrong, five-time winner of the Tour de France, sprinted for victory in Stage 3 of the Tour de Georgia. The 78.4 mile third stage began in Carrollton and concluded in downtown Rome with three additional circuits of 2.55 miles each.
  Tour de Georgia 2004
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